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Drayton, Ontario

Drayton is a community in Wellington County, Canada. It is a part of the township of Mapleton; the village is on the corner of Wellington Road 8 and Wellington Road 11, geographically northwest of Fergus and southwest of Arthur. In 1851, the community was named after Drayton Manor in England. Drayton Manor was the home of Robert Peel, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Drayton offers The Drayton Chophouse and a café, à la mode. Drayton is in the Upper Grand District School Board. Both Centre Peel Public School and Drayton Heights Public School service students from the Drayton area. Drayton is the home of Community Christian School known as Calvin Christian School. Drayton is home to the Drayton Festival Theatre, a renovated 1902 Opera House that seats 375 people, has a rich history of entertaining audiences with the finest talent in professional theatre, including legendary performers as Beatrice Lillie. Alex Mustakas is the Artistic Director of Drayton Entertainment. Drayton hosts one branch of the Wellington County library system.

Located downtown Drayton, the Mapleton Health Centre's eight primary care physicians and four nurse practitioners service 15,000 patients. Drayton is serviced by a local newspaper The Community News, in addition to the Wellington Advertiser, a publication serving the entirety of Wellington County. On June 23, 2017, Drayton and surrounding Wellington County towns declared a state of emergency due to flooding. Over 100 mm of rain fell within 24 hours. Many roads were closed and hundreds of basements were flooded. Drayton contains the PMD Arena as well as the agricultural fairgrounds, Kinsmen Park, Riverside Park, Centennial Park, ABC Park. There are various soccer baseball diamonds located throughout Drayton. Children can play in official Drayton soccer, hockey, or baseball leagues as well as on many intramural teams in school. Township of Mapleton: Area History Drayton Entertainment / Drayton Festival Theatre Drayton at Geographical Names of Canada

University of Economics, Prague

The University of Economics, Prague is an economics and business-oriented public university located in Prague, Czech Republic. It is the largest university in the field of economics and information technology in the Czech Republic, with 15 000 students across its bachelors, doctoral and MBA programmes. Vysoká škola obchodní was established in 1919 as a department of the Czech Technical University in Prague, specialising in wholesale trade and the organization of industrial companies. In 1949 the Vysoká škola politických a hospodářských věd was established, renamed the University of Economics in 1953; the University underwent a significant reform in 1989 after the Velvet Revolution. The university is composed of six faculties, spread over three campuses; the main campus is in Prague. A secondary campus is found in Jižní město on the outskirts of the city; the Faculty of Management is located separately from the others at its own campus in Jindřichův Hradec, 110 kilometres away from Prague. The six faculties of the university are: Faculty of Finance and Accounting Faculty of International Relations Faculty of Business Administration Faculty of Informatics and Statistics Faculty of Economics Faculty of Management in Jindrichuv Hradec Undergraduate students receive their Bachelor of Science degree after 6 semesters of completed coursework and a successful defence of their bachelor thesis.

The majority of VŠE graduates follow a career in the private sector. 79% of graduates remain in Prague after graduation. Of graduates of the Faculty of International Relations, 10% of the students are offered international placements upon graduation. According to a 2011 study, VŠE graduates are the most sought after in the Central European region. Within the Czech Republic, several of the university's faculties ranked including the Faculty of International Relations, Faculty of Informatics and Statistics, Faculty of Business Administration and Faculty of Economics. Admission to the University and most of its programmes is competitive. Graduate students receive their MSc. degree after further 4 semesters of completed coursework and a successful defense of their master's thesis. PhD. candidates have to hold a master's degree upon enrollment into the program anywhere in the Czech Republic and the PhD program is 4 years in length. Since 2000, the university has invested into research and research facilities, with its new main research facility completed in 2005.

Speakers at the University have included EU High Representative Catherine Ashton, several representatives from the Czech government as well as the president, Helen Diaz of the World Bank, Winfried Vahland, the OECD Secretary General. The university is the main venue for the largest educational project in the country, the Prague Student Summit, comprising Model UN, Model EU and Model NATO. In the annual Eduinversal ranking 2018 the University of Economics, Prague gained a title of the best Business School in the Eastern Europe; every year the Financial Times publishes the ranking of the top European Business School. VŠE took 60th place in the actual ranking for 2018, it is the best place for VŠE in this ranking. VŠE took 86th place last year and 88th in 2016. VŠE scores in the field of Economics and Econometrics in the prestigious QS World University Rankings by Subject. Compared to 2018, when it ranked 251-300, VŠE improved its ranking in 2019 and ranked 201-250; the Faculty of Business Administration has been accredited by the European Quality Improvement System, the first business school in the Czech Republic and fourth in Central and Eastern Europe.

Over 1000 students spend a semester abroad every year, at institutions including Duke University, Copenhagen Business School, University of St. Gallen, Vienna University. 14% of students are foreign nationals from other European Union member states, the United States and East European countries. In 2010/2011, VŠE cooperated with 250 partner universities, including Sciences Po Paris, University of Cologne, Tilburg University, Stockholm School of Economics, University of St. Gallen, London School of Economics, Tel Aviv University, University of Queensland, McGill University, Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; the school issues a number including joint and double degrees. Each year, around 60 visiting professors come to teach at the university, more than 90 courses are taught in English. Since 2000 the Gary Becker Prize for the best student’s thesis in economics was awarded at the university; the university is a member of the Global Alliance in Management Education, Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs, Partnership in International Management networks.

In addition, over 1100 students from institutions overseas come to VŠE each semester. In 2005, a new International Learning Center was established as part of expansion of university premises. Courses for these students are run in Czech, German and Russian languages. Jan Fischer, stat

List of Story of Seasons video games

The Story of Seasons video game series was produced by Victor Interactive Software, with Natsume handling the English translation and distribution in North America. The series debuted in Japan on August 9, 1996 with Bokujō Monogatari, released in the North American and PAL regions as Harvest Moon. Story of Seasons is a series of farm simulation/role-playing video games where the main objective is to maintain a farm over a period of time, tending the crops and livestock throughout the seasons, while befriending the nearby townsfolk and getting married in some games. Story of Seasons titles have been released on numerous different video game consoles and handheld game consoles. Several titles have been re-released on multiple platforms as special editions which include an updated gameplay. Fourteen spin-off titles have been released. One of these titles, Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon, was released to mark the 10th anniversary of the Story of Seasons series. One reason the Story of Seasons series has remained popular is because of the unchanged core system of the games.

According to Yasuhiro Wada, Story of Seasons' lead designer, it has been the development team's response to the audience's requests which has allowed the series to maintain its popularity. Due to Natsume keeping the rights to the Harvest Moon name when Marvelous decided to have their own American division, Xseed Games, take over North American distribution, the newer titles in the series had to be renamed to Story of Seasons while Natsume took the opportunity to start their own Harvest Moon series of similar games starting with Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley; this has caused some degree of confusion among players and fans of the series. There are 14 spin-off games under the Harvest Moon series featuring related characters. Legend of the River King, a fishing-themed role-playing game series developed by Marvelous. Official Natsume website Official Marvelous Interactive website

Joe Farnsworth

Joseph Allen Farnsworth is an American jazz drummer. Farnsworth was one of five sons born to bandleader Roger Farnsworth, he attended High School in Jakarta International School in Indonesia. He studied at William Paterson College, studying under Harold Mabern and Arthur Taylor and receiving his BMus in 1990. Following this he played with Junior Cook, Jon Hendricks, Jon Faddis, George Coleman, Cecil Payne, Annie Ross, Benny Green, he has played in the group One for All since 1995 with David Hazeltine and Jim Rotondi, worked with Benny Golson, Steve Davis, Eric Alexander in the second half of the 1990s. During that period he played with Alex Graham, Michael Weiss, the Three Baritone Saxophone Band, Diana Krall, he is now a member of Pharoah Sanders' band. Beautiful Friendship It's Prime Time My Heroes With Eric Alexander Up, Over & Out Alexander the Great Live at the Keynote The First Milestone The Second Milestone Summit Meeting Nightlife in Tokyo Dead Center Sunday in New York It's All in the Game Temple of Olympic Zeus Revival of the Fittest Chim Chim Cheree Don't Follow the Crowd Touching Chicago Fire The Real Thing Second Impression With Junior Cook You Leave Me Breathless With Steve Davis Dig Deep Crossfire Vibe Up Portrait in Sound Systems Blue Update Eloquence Say When With Benny Golson Tenor Legacy Remembering Clifford One Day, Forever With Mike LeDonne Smokin' Out Loud Night Song With Harold Mabern Don't Know Why Mr. Lucky Live at Smalls Right on Time Afro Blue The Iron Man: Live at Smoke With Cecil Payne Cerupa Scotch and Milk Payne's Window With Jesse van Ruller Here and There With Cedar Walton One Flight Down Gary W. Kennedy, "Joe Farnsworth".

Grove Jazz online. Joe Farnsworth at Allmusic One for All at AllMusic

American Boulevard station

American Boulevard is a light rail station in Bloomington, Minnesota at the intersection of 34th Avenue South and American Boulevard, just south of Interstate 494. It is the only station on the Blue Line to have a split design where the northbound platform is on the opposite end of the intersection from the southbound platform, it is an infill station, built after the rest of the line had been completed. It was included in the original plans for the Blue Line, but was shelved when extra costs incurred caused plans for the Mall of America station to change; the station had a dedication ceremony for construction workers on December 9, 2009 and opened on December 12, 2009. Two New Stations in the Works for Hiawatha Line in Minneapolis Star Tribune: Light rail upgrades running on time Hiawatha LRT line opens 19th station in Bloomington Metro Transit Hiawatha Line Metro Transit: American Boulevard Station